Gas-detection systems are increasingly being integrated with HVAC systems in both industrial and commercial buildings. We can also deploy freestanding detection systems, separate from the HVAC.
Sensors in these systems can both help ensure adequate levels of oxygen as well as detect dangerous gasses. Carbon monoxide and other gasses can create a toxic and possibly deadly environment for occupants, while the presence of other gases raise the risk of fire and explosions.
When your gas detection systems identifies a potential issue, it can work in conjunction with your building automation controls and HVAC system to automatically respond. That may mean increasing the volume of incoming air to add oxygen or displace harmful gasses or activate ventilation systems to collect and expel those gasses. Gas detection systems, especially when incorporated in an overall building automation system, can significantly reduce the risk – and enormous financial liability – of toxic or dangerous gasses in your facilities.